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The older partner (mama (plural: mwana)) was typically wealthier and of a higher social class.
Women who resisted marriage and were interested in education and careers were perceived as being wasagaji, regardless of their actual sexual orientation.
Vigilante executions, beatings and torture Prior to colonisation and the spread of Christianity and Islam in Tanzania, homosexuality and same-sex sexual acts were accepted and commonplace among numerous modern-day Tanzanians ethnic groups, including the Swahili people, the Maasai people, and the Kuria people, among others.
In recent years, Tanzania has become particularly hostile to LGBT people.
Over time, shoga relationships turned into economic relations, with poorer young men being paid by richer older men (basha, plural: mabasha) for sexual relations.
Socially, only the mashoga were regarded as "homosexual", the mabasha would usually have a wife.
Om premium (GOUD) lid voor het leven te worden en deze functie te ontgrendelen, hoef je maar één keer een aantal credits te kopen, ongeacht het aantal!In 2018, a so-called "witch hunt" was declared against gay people in Dar es Salaam, where gay people were forced to endure anal examinations and torture.The Swahili people had traditions of acceptance towards homosexuality.Laws punishing homosexuality were enacted, and over time homophobia has become deeply ingrained in the population.In 2015, Adebisi Ademola Alimi, then a lecturer at the Humboldt University of Berlin, discussed this omnipresent homophobia in, not only Tanzania, but in Africa as a whole.
Mashoga have all the liberties of men and are also welcome in many contexts otherwise exclusive to women.